Pringles is a brand of potato and wheat-based stackable snacks that are sold in more than 140 countries globally. Pringles is known for its distinctive cylindrical shaped canisters and diverse flavors.
Pringles were invented by P&G chemist Alexander Liepa in the early 1960s.
The brand was introduced by Procter & Gamble in 1968.
The brand was acquired by Kellogg's in 2012.
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The original Pringles flavor is a blend of potato and wheat that is lightly salted.
This flavor is made with a sour cream and onion seasoning for a tangy taste.
This flavor is made with real cheddar cheese for a rich, cheesy taste.
This flavor is made with a blend of smoky, sweet, and savory spices for a BBQ-inspired taste.
This flavor is made with a blend of jalapeno pepper spices for a spicy kick.
Pringles are made with a blend of wheat and potato, so they are not gluten-free.
Pringles are made with a blend of potato and wheat, but the potatoes are in the form of potato flakes.
The shelf life of Pringles varies by flavor, but most canisters have a shelf life of about 15 months.
Pringles are designed to have a uniform texture and flavor, which makes them highly satisfying and addictive to some people.
Pringles cans are made from a combination of materials, which can make them difficult to recycle. However, many cities and towns now offer recycling programs for Pringles cans.